Angels Camp’s top attractions include the Jumping Frog Jubilee, Historic Main Street, Greenhorn Creek Golf Resort and New Melones Lake.
Angels Camp Top Attractions: Jumping Frog Jubilee
Angels Camp is best known for its annual Jumping Frog Jubilee honoring Mark Twain’s famous story: The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras. The frog jump is just part of the 4-day Calaveras County Fair, the longest running county fair in California and a nostalgic slice of Americana with its rodeo, live music, demolition derby and classic entertainment.
Angels Camp Top Attractions: Historic Main Street
Historic Main Street is one of those charming Gold Rush towns that has barely altered in 100 years. Classic old west architecture lines the street and friendly locals are the order of the day. Stop in at boutique shops, great restaurants, a wine tasting room and a small bakery. Stories in Stones, run by Russ and Pam Shoemaker specializes in gems, minerals and fossils and is not to be missed. The town also includes homage to its claim to fame in the form of the Frog Hop of Fame.
Angels Camp Top Attractions: New Melones Lake
New Melones Lake is the 4th largest reservoir in California. It’s beauty is enhanced in spring by massive displays of colorful wildflowers. Enjoy camping, fishing, hiking, biking and equestrian trails, and lots of opportunity for playing in, on and around the lake. Looking to rent a boat or water toys to play on? New Melones Lake Marina has you covered.
Angels Camp Top Attractions: Greenhorn Creek Golf Resort
Greenhorn Creek Resort is a beautiful 18-hole championship golf resort set just outside of downtown, attracting tournaments and golf enthusiasts year round. Amenities include Camps Restaurant, The Cellar Room, the Caddy Shack, pro shop, exercise facilities, pool, spa and tennis courts.
Angels Camp Top Attractions: Museum & Carriage House
Angels Camp Museum and Carriage House is home to the largest display of antique wagons and carriages in the west. This 3-acre facility includes exhibits on California’s Gold Rush, Angels Camp’s history, Miwok culture, and fascinating apothecary items in use during the 1800s. You can also learn how to gold pan from museum docents, at their outside flume system.